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   ChessLeader has kibitzed 73 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-06 Gligoric vs E Nievergelt, 1959 (replies)
ChessLeader: Beautiful puzzle!
   Jan-24-06 Karjakin vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
ChessLeader: 43. R-c4, Q-d1+; 44. R-f1, R:g2; 45. K:g2, h3+, 46. K-f2, etc. Seems like a very sharp continuation.
   Jan-22-06 Aronian vs Van Wely, 2006 (replies)
ChessLeader: Excellent game! Worth studying!
   Jan-19-06 Topalov vs Mamedyarov, 2006 (replies)
ChessLeader: How about: 38. ... R-b1; 39. B-e5, R-c1 and later B-h5 with a mate threat
   Dec-28-05 Bareev vs Svidler, 2005 (replies)
ChessLeader: Setebos, I completely agree with you. Too often, today's grandmasters forget the simple rules written so long ago by Nimzovitsch. Computers are a good help for the openings, but, in order to win, you must remember basic chess philosophy.
   Dec-27-05 Rublevsky vs Jakovenko, 2005 (replies)
ChessLeader: I think Dmitry should've played R:g5 (R:g7, then K-f6); just as I was about to comment that Dmitry has improved his situation somewhat, I had to stop.
   Dec-23-05 L Roedl vs A Kraemer, 1929 (replies)
ChessLeader: 11. R:d7!!! It is often hard to spot moves like this so early in the game. Shows you once more the power of an open line.
   Dec-21-05 Tal vs NN, 1963 (replies)
ChessLeader: I agree ArturoRivera, Tal is a chess god to whom no one (so far) can compare. Morphy made his sacrifices during a different epoc, whereas Tal made his sacrifices against opponents a lot more sophisticated; opponents who already had an opportunity to learn from the latest ...
   Oct-10-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
ChessLeader: Svidler will win definitely win now.
   Oct-10-05 Anand vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
ChessLeader: I mean, I know Rustam knows all of this, but it is very surprising to see a GM get slaughtered like this.
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